The hotel Au Tambour in Reims recommends you visit the basilica Saint-Rémi and its museum, located inside a cloister.
Saint-Rémi basilica is named after Bishop Saint Remi who christened Clovis, the first king of the Franks. This event was at the origin of the famous legend of the Sainte Ampoule, which sealed the birth of the kingdom of France.
After the cathedral of Reims, Saint-Remi basilica is the most famous church of Reims. This is one of the most remarkable achievements of Romanesque art in the North of France.
The building impresses with its 126 m long and the feeling of intimacy provided. Built in the 11th century, the center of the Gothic choir hosts the tomb of Clovis.
St. Remi Museum
In the heart of the ancient abbey of Saint-Remi, exceptional archaeological and artistic collections tell you through a vast journey enriched with reconstructions and historical models, the great history of Reims.
By depositing €1.50 in the device, you will allow to illuminate the nave of the Basilica. Gorgeous !
Adults: 9 €
Reduced (12 to 18 years, + 65 years, students): 6 €
Child under 12 years old: Free
Free with City Pass - Have you bought your City Pass online? Book your visit by phone on 03 26 77 45
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